Meghan Sanett is a professional dancer and educator currently based in Los Angeles. Born and raised in L.A., she also has extensive training and experience in New York City. She has been an Assistant Choreographer on many projects including Paula Abdul’s Billboard Music Awards performance, assisted choreographers on the hit show “So You Think You Can Dance” and choreographed for BuzzFeed. She has worked with choreographers such as Tabitha & Napoleon Dumo, Brian Friedman, Christopher Scott, Michael Rooney, Katy Tate, Tessandra Chavez, Dominque Kelley, Karla Garcia, Josh Assor, and Jason Williams. Meghan is a multimedia performer who can be seen in such projects as the film “In The Heights,” the TV show “Agent Carter,” and multiple Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parades. She is proud to have performed for such stars as Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, Alec Baldwin, Chita Rivera, Mitzi Gaynor, and Matthew Morrison. Meghan has been on faculty with Tremaine Dance Conventions for over 9 years and is currently a member of the Los Angeles Jazz Company founded by Jackie Sleight. In addition, she teaches master classes & choreographs award winning pieces all over the country.
You can keep up with her on all social media platforms at @mmsanett